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For a writer, published works are like fallen flowers, but the expected new work is like a calyx waiting to blossom. ---->>>

For a writer, life is always too short to write. I will just try my best during what remains of my life. ---->>>

As society diversifies, the number of people who read literature is decreasing. It will be difficult for readers to digest my ideas through literature. ---->>>


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Name: Cao Yu
Nationality: Chinese
Born: 09-24, 1910
Die: 12-13, 1996
Occupation: Playwright

Cao Yu (Chinese: 曹禺; pinyin: Cáo Yú; Wade–Giles: Ts'ao Yü, September 24, 1910—December 13, 1996), born as Wan Jiabao (Chinese: 萬家寶/万家宝; pinyin: Wàn Jiābǎo), was a renowned Chinese playwright, often regarded as China's most important of the 20th century. His best-known works are Thunderstorm (1933), Sunrise (1936) and Peking Man (1940) (wikipedia)